A Dysfunctional Family in Blavatsky’s Tower

Moira Buffini’s ultimate soap opera of contemporary family life Blavatsky’s Tower is primarily a commentary on the dark side of family ties. Taking place in a penthouse at the top of a dreary tower, the play asks us to focus on the isolation of the Blavatsky family not only from society, but also from each other. … Read moreA Dysfunctional Family in Blavatsky’s Tower


Diverse range of UAlberta alumni, staff & faculty sound art projects featured in AGA exhibit at Enterprise Square Galleries Imagine an art gallery. The picture that often comes to your mind’s eye is an image of hushed whispers and library-quiet rooms filled with contemplative people gazing cross-armed at static artwork on the walls. Then what … Read moreSONAR